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We are thrilled to announce the launch of our latest campaign, #Coast2CoastwithSaveaFishie, which is our most ambitious Coastal Beach Clean-up project to date! Our founder, Zoë Prinsloo, a 20-year-old environmental activist from Cape Town, has been cleaning beaches since the age of 10 and has to date cleaned over 120 beaches and collected over 10 tons of litter in the process. We will be cleaning up over 100 beaches along our South African coastline from May to July 2023, and working with community schools and organizations to raise awareness around the effects of plastic pollution on our ocean and personal health. We will also be collecting citizen science-based data on the quantity and variety of plastics we collect, which will be made available to the public on our website.

Our journey will start at Big Bay on May 20 and will continue with daily clean-ups all the way to Port Nolloth, before crossing the country and continuing down the East Coast. We will be documenting our journey across our socials across these key elements: “Environment. Education. Entertainment.” for our 12 000+ followers and on our website. We will also have a live tracking meter showing the public our kilometers traveled, kilograms of litter collected, number of nurdles picked up and more!

There are many ways you can help, as an individual or as a corporate sponsor. You can make a financial contribution directly via EFT or via our Back-a-Buddy account, sponsor a beach clean-up, or provide product support to ensure our success. We are also looking for amazing places to stay and experiences to share with our supporters, and we would love to add you as one of the South African Dream Destinations along our route!

We invite you to join us in this important mission to protect our environment and save our oceans. Follow us on social media and visit our website to learn more about how you can get involved in the #Coast2CoastwithSaveaFishie campaign.

To learn more about the Coast2CoastwithSaveaFishie campaign, including details on how to get involved and support our mission, please download our informational PDF below.

OUR SPONSORS

THANK YOU TO ALL MY INCREDIBLE SPONSORS!

Your support has made my dream come true!

JOIN US AT THESE CLEAN-UPS:

20 May – Big Bay 166 kilograms collected

20 May – Derdesteen 13 kilograms collected

20 May – Sunset Beach 5 kilograms collected

21 May – Kelpbaai, Atlantic Beach 187.4 kilograms collected 

21 May – Holbaai 17.1 kilograms collected

21 May – Haakgat 19.9 kilograms collected

22 May – Melkbos Beach 46.1 kilograms collected

22 May – Silwerstroom Beach 2.2 kilograms collected

22 May – Road Side Cleanup 2.85 kilograms collected

22 May – Ganzkraal 4.5 kilograms collected

23 May – Stoney/Pebble Beach, Grotto Bay 2.6 kilograms collected

23 May – Skaap Island, Yzerfontein 0.5 kilograms collected

23 May – Yzerfontein Main Beach – 0.7 kilograms collected

24 May – Yzerfontein Beach 7.9 kilograms collected

24 May – Langebaan Main Beach 2.2 kilograms collected

25 May – Saldanha Beach 29.75 kilograms collected

26 May – Paternoster Beach # 1 3.45 kilograms collected

26 May – Paternoster Beach # 2 15.05 kilograms collected

26 May – Fluisterbaai, Britannia 3.85 kilograms collected

27 May – Henri’s Pool, Shelley Point 1 kilogram collected

27 May – Little Greece, Shelley Point 0.75 kilograms collected

28 May – Eland’s Bay Beach 7.8 kilograms collected

28 May – Roadside Cleanup outside Lamberts Bay 11.5 kilograms collected

28 May – Lamberts Bay 1 kilogram collected

29 May – McDougall Beach 12.8 kilograms

29 May – Port Nolloth Beach 22.8 kilograms

3 June – Hennops River 401 kilograms collected

6 June – Alexandra/Jukskei River 75.4 kilograms collected

10 June – Ingwe Beach, St Lucia 2.5 kilograms collected

11 June – Alkantstrand Beach, Richards Bay 107 kilograms collected

11 June – Zinkwazi Beach 6.5 kilograms collected

12 June – Sheffield Beach, Blythedale 3.6 kilograms collected

12 June – Christmas Bay Beach 0.5 kilograms collected

13 June – Granny’s Pool, Salt Rock 121 kilograms collected

13 June – Salt Rock Beach 3 kilograms

14 June – Thompsons Beach, Dolphin Coast 4.1 kilograms collected

14 June – Tongaat Beach 4.5 kilograms collected

14 June – Casuarina Beach 10.3 kilograms collected

15 June – Dolphin Watch, La Mercy 18.4 kilograms collected

15 June – La Mercy # 2, 28.2 kilograms

15 June – Umdloti Beach 6.3 kilograms collected

16 June – South Beach, Umdloti, Durban 7.9 kilograms collected

16 June – Umhlanga Main Beach 2.9 kilograms collected

17 June – Glenashley Beach, Durban 141 kilograms collected

17 June – Blue Lagoon Beach 11.45 kilograms collected

18 June – Battery Beach, Durban 41 kilograms collected

18 June – Golden Beach Ladies Mile 8 kilograms collected

20 June – Ushaka Beach, Durban 8.5 kilograms collected & 72 grams of nurdles

21 June – Isipingo Beach 69 kilograms collected

21 June – Toti Beach, Amanzimtoti 17.7 kilograms collected

22 June – St Winifred’s Beach, Amanzimtoti 17.7 kilograms collected

22 June – Cutty Sark Beach 0.2 kilograms collected

23 June – Preston Beach 0.2 kilograms collected

23 June – Mtwalume Beach 6 kilograms collected

23 June – Umzumbe Beach 3.6 kilograms collected

24 June – Sunwich Port Beach, Port Shepstone 54 kilograms collected

24 June – Seapark Beach 43.3 kilograms collected

25 June – The Block, Port Shepstone 41.1 kilograms collected

25 June – Lucien Beach 20.7 kilograms collected

26 June – Marina Beach 0.1 kilograms collected

29 June – Wild Coast Sun Beachfront 9 kilograms collected

30 June – Agate Terrace, Port St Johns 7.8 kilograms collected

2 July – Bonza Beach 12,5 kilograms collected

2 July – Nahoon Beach 16.4 kilograms collected

3 July – Quigley Beach, East London 80.3 kilograms collected

3 July – Kidds Beach 8.6 kilograms collected

4 July – Kelly’s Beach, Port Alfred 0.2 kilograms collected

4 July – Shelley Beach, Port Alfred 0.3 kilograms collected

4 July – Middle Beach, Kenton-on-Sea 0.65 kilograms collected

4 July – Boknestrand Beach 0.6 kilograms collected

5 July – Bluewater Beach, Gqeberha 101.55 kilograms collected

5 July – Brighton Beach 8.5 kilograms collected

6 July – Shark Rock Pier 64.8 kilograms collected

6 July – Cape Recife Lighthouse 2.9 kilograms collected

7 July – Jeffrey’s Bay Main Beach 23 kilograms collected

7 July – Roadside by Mentors Country Estate during Rally Cross event 4 kilograms collected

8 July – Nature’s Valley Beach 0.4 kilograms collected

8 July – Lookout Beach, Plettenberg Bay 5.05 kilograms collected

10 July – Brenton Beach, Brenton-on-Sea @ 10am

11 July – Myoli Beach, Sedgefield @ 9:30am

12 July – Herolds Bay Beach @ 9:30am

13 July – Diasstrand, Mossel Bay @ 9:30am

14 July – Hartenbos Beach @ 9:30am

15 July – Struisbaai Main Beach @ 9:30am

17 July – Pebble Beach, Suiderstrand @ 9:30am

19 July – Gansbaai Harbour @ 9:30am

20 July – Grotto Beach, Hermanus @ 9:30am

21 July – Onrus Beach @ 9:30am

22 July – Betty’s Bay Main Beach @ 9:30am

23 July – Strand Beach @ 9:30am

24 July – Muizenberg Beach, 9:30am

25 July – Fish Hoek Beach @ 9:30am

26 July – Hout Bay Beach @ 10am

27 July – Camps Bay Beach @ 9:30am

28 July – Sunset Beach, Sea Point @ 9:30am

29 July – Lagoon Beach, Milnerton @ 10am

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